Title: D.N.A. Double Helix
Author: Jaye Valentine
Genre: Contemporary M/M
Length: Short Story (4700 words)
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Summary Review: A well written short story that I didn’t want to end.
Identical twins Seth and Colton Wagner—front men of the steampunk-metal band D.N.A.—have led the eclectic group to the top of the popular charts and made a killing on their first world tour as headliners. On the eve of a long-anticipated Christmas break, wild-child Colton pulls an onstage stunt in front of a packed arena that shocks the crowd, the media, and Seth. Colton’s outrageous behavior sparks a series of events that threaten to reveal the twins’ closely guarded secret . . . .
Seth and Colton’s brotherly love runs deeper than anyone suspects.
Author’s Note: This title contains a consensual sexual relationship between identical twin brothers.
Let me cut to the chase. The main reason I wanted to read this story so quickly was when I found out that Amazon had blocked it from publication on Amazon Kindle. Apparently their censors decided that adults should not be able to buy this story as a Kindle book, but in doing so they have raised its profile and many readers like me who perve on twincest, will open our wallets for the $0.99 that it costs. The audience for this book is pretty limited and I’m always surprised that there are authors who write this type of story. So having given you the big intro, what about the book?
Seth and Colton are nineteen year old twins who had become multi millionaires in the music biz after only 2 years. Colton, the younger twin by a few seconds, had been arrested because he had exposed himself at a concert to prove to fans that the bright red hair on his head was real, and Seth had to bail him out from the local holding cell. Although physically identical their personalities were opposite, with Colton being the more outrageous of the two and this stunt was probably typical of him.
When they returned to the hotel all Colton wanted was a bit of fun under the sheets or anywhere for that matter with his brother. Seth had initially craved food but was now thinking along the same lines. The shower was an ideal venue for what they had in mind and as the water rained down on them they got down to some serious smexxin. But would discovery be lurking just around the corner or under the bed?
I liked the characters and the story but I think it was a bit too short. However, ‘hot’ is a pretty good description of D.N.A. Double Helix since the sex was blistering and almost set the pages on fire. The protagonists were three dimensional – typical grunge rockers with crazy fans especially of the female variety who would have had broken hearts if they knew what their heroes were up to when the stage lights dimmed. Holly McCoy the band manager was also well drawn – tiny, but with big balls and she ruled the roost with a tough as nails attitude and a cell phone that had all the right numbers.
If you like stories about twincest then you will definitely want to get D.N.A. Double Helix for a rocking good time. If you don’t perve on this type of story then just give this review a miss. The only reason I didn’t rate this story higher was I thought it needed a couple thousand more words to fill out the characters and the plot, but it was very well written and the characters were vibrant and made the music industry come alive. I think I’m going to check out Jaye’s backlist. 🙂
NOTE: I just re-read this story last evening and decided to change the rating despite its length because the characters were so well defined, and let’s face it, the sex was really steamy. 🙂